Nominate for the MLK Leadership awards by Dec. 9

November 11, 2016

It is hard to think of a moment when our nation more urgently needed the example of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Even at the distance of decades, we can take inspiration from his character and his conduct – his dignity, integrity, selflessness and moral vision, and his relentless focus on what really matters, in the quest for a more just, peaceful and unified society. Let us pause, here in our own time and place, to contemplate the example of those members of our community who, in the spirit of Dr. King, lift us up and bring us together. Nominate those whose inspiration you find meaningful – students, faculty, staff or alumni, pursuing their work as individuals or as groups – to receive the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Award. Please submit your nomination by December 9 here.  We will honor the winners as part of our annual MLK program, to be held on February 15, 2017.

One thought on “Nominate for the MLK Leadership awards by Dec. 9

  1. Integrity? King plagiarized two-thirds of his doctoral dissertation & had a long history of plagiarism in his graduate papers & speeches. King’s doctorate should have been revoked!

    (See report of BU Committee examining the matter.)

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